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    Super Sh!t Stirrer SSanf's Avatar
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    Talk about site phishing!
    Oh, My Goddess! LOL! This takes the cake!
    http://fudgereport.net/

    For those who are not familiar with it, here is the real site.
    http://drudgereport.com/
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    Wouldn't that warrant some sort of ceise & desist from the Drudge Report??
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    It's not phishing. It's a parody site.

    As long as it does not cause public confusion, it should be fine:

    http://www.chillingeffects.org/protest/faq.cgi#QID542
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    If it were a parody they would be having articles that were opposite of the types of things that you see on the real site. That doesn't seem like the case here.

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    The Drudge Report is nothing but a site that has a bunch of links to other sites. Doesn't seem to have any content itself, and I don't see any copyright notices on The Drudge Report either (perhaps because it contains nothing but links to copyrighted stories on other sites).

    Other than having the same crappy look, and seeing the story links are not all the same, I don't see where Drudge can Fudge about anything.

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    Anyone read the footer

    Paid for by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee

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    Actually HG, I read the slug line under the "logo".

    "Exposing the Lengths the GOP will go to 'fudge' the truth"

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    Super Sh!t Stirrer SSanf's Avatar
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    Uh, yeah. That is what The Drudge Report mostly is alright. Actually, they do have original content stories from time to time.

    Drudge refreshes the news every 15 seconds. I always keep it open in a browser while I am working. They never miss a beat or a major story.

    It used to be a newsletter that I got in the mail back in the olden days. I like the immediacy of this better.

    Matt Drudge has been around since Christ was a kid.
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